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Samsung now rolling out fix for Galaxy S6 memory issues

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Samsung’s Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge have secured a spot for themselves as two of the best Android phones ever released, but the launch hasn’t been entirely without problems. Since the devices appeared in-market, a number of complaints and videos have surfaced demonstrating that the device’s memory management was more than a little problematic. Samsung listened to the complaints and has responded in near-record time.

This information comes courtesy of GSMArena, which notes that the update (at least on European carriers) uses Android 5.0.2, and is billed as G920FXXU1AODG. Samsung isn’t offering much information on what it fixes, but GSMArena reports that the device seems snappier, with better overall performance characteristics. Footage of the original problem is shown below (skip to 40 seconds to see the benchmark begin)

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